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Old 08-23-2011, 09:54 PM   #1
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on way home from alaska just when we thought we seen it all.yellowstone oldfaithfull what a site then drove out the east exit heading to mt rushmore have to see it.what a adventure this trip was.have a few repairs than south in feb.
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Southeast of Mt Rushmore about 20 miles is the Sitting Bull monument. I found it very interesting to see this mountain sculpture in progress. The nighttime lasar light show, most enjoyable.
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Southeast of Mt Rushmore about 20 miles is the Sitting Bull monument. I found it very interesting to see this mountain sculpture in progress. The nighttime lasar light show, most enjoyable.
Could you possibly mean Crazy Horse or are there two in progress?

Yellowstone is remarkable. Last month we spent a few days exploring the north part of the park which we had never done. Loved it! And, the Black Hills are among out all time favorite spots. Took our three dogs on a dinner time picnic down a dirt side road in Custer State Park. Sat at the top of a hill in the middle of nowhere will snacking and sipping wine while watching a herd of buffalo graze on the hill just about 500 yards away.

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Uhhh, another darn senior moment. Yes, it's Crazy Horse.
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have to agree.yellowstone ,crazy horse ,teatons,creator of the moon & black hills were awsome.than after 10,000 miles navagator which keeped us off of hwy.took us around chicago on hwy 30 lots of construction horns blasting hands waveing with one finger.back to civalization
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